Sentencing Delayed For Former Transit Officers
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Two city police officers convicted of official misconduct will have to wait to learn their fate.
Former transit officers Michelle Anglin and Colleen Robinson appeared in court Wednesday to be sentenced but a judge decided to postpone it until October 5, when all their lawyers can be present.
The pair had been charged with assaulting a man during a traffic stop in May of last year.
They were acquitted on those charges in July but were convicted on the misconduct charge for not reporting the incident.